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Bernard Tomic was born on 21 October 1992, in Stuttgart, Germany, of Croatian and Bosnian descent, and is a professional tennis player, active since 2007. He won three Orange Bowl titles and two junior grand slam singles titles early in his career. All of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Bernard Tomic? As of mid-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $2 million, mostly earned through success in professional tennis, winning several tournaments including the 2013 Apia International Sydney, and the 2015 Claro Open, Colombia. As he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Bernard Tomic Net Worth $2 million
At a young age, Bernard’s family migrated to Australia, where he attended The Southport School on a sports scholarship. He began competing as part of the ITF juniors, and would become Australia’s youngest Davis Cup player, going on to win three Orange Bowl age group titles and his first junior grand slam at the 2008 Australian Open, the youngest winner of the title at 15 years of age, having been the youngest player to gain direct entry the previous year. Later on, he would get an undefeated record in the Junior Davis Cup to lead Australia to victory. His next achievement would be at the 2009 US Open where he would win the junior grand slam title, and reach number two in the world junior rankings.
Tomic began competing at professional events despite still a part of the juniors. He reached his first professional final at an F2 tournament held in Indonesia in 2008. In 2009, he his first ATP event at the Brisbane International on a wild card, and also competed at the Australian Challenger tournaments in Burnie and Melbourne. In 2010, he competed at the Brisbane International before winning the World Tennis Challenge with the Australasia team. He then defeated Novak Djokovic at the 2010 Kooyong Classic; he also competed at the 2010 Aegon Championships and at the 2010 Wimbledon Championships. The following year, he reached his first grand slam quarterfinal at the 2011 Wimbledon Championships, becoming the youngest player to reach the quarterfinals before being defeated by Djokovic. Later in the year, he competed for Australia in the 2011 Davis Cup, and finished the year ranked 42 in the world. His net worth slowly increased thanks to his success.
Bernard reached his first ATP semifinal in 2012 at the Brisbane International, and the following year at the Apia International he would reach his first career singles final, defeating Kevin Anderson to win his maiden ATP title. In 2014, he reached the finals of the Hopman Cup but lost against Juan Martin del Potro. At the Australian Open he retired due to a groin injury, and then had to undergo two hip surgeries, but bounced back eventually at the 2014 Claro Open, Colombia where he got his second ATP title. His next big win would be in Bogota in 2015 which would earn him his third ATP title.
Tomic then found improvement in 2016, reaching his first ATP 500 final as well as his first Masters 1000 quarterfinal. He found controversy in 2017 and was fined after a first round exit at Wimbledon – he admitted in a press conference that he faked an injury and was bored with the tournament.
For his personal life, it is known that Bernard has had his share of controversies. He’s occasionally clashed with his father/coach during events, and criticized for his sometimes indifferent attitude, even mentioning in one interview that he never really loved tennis. He’s also been on the end of several traffic violations